Join us and bring your drums and shakers for an unforgettable experience and celebrate the fire energy within each one of us.

Are you aware of the deep historical and cultural significance of Indigenous Sound Circles? These rhythmic gatherings have been used for centuries as a way to connect with nature, honour the elements, and create harmony within ourselves and the community.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to connect, express your creativity, and discover the joy of collective music-making. Whether you’re an experienced musician or a beginner, everyone is welcome to join in the fun!

A magical event that will leave you feeling energized and connected to the world around you. 

Audra Sewell Maloney

Audra Sewell Maloney

Audra is She Who Sees Far Like the Eagle or Eagle Vision Woman and is a Traditional Healer, or Puoin (Boo In) from the Mi’kmaw First Nation.  Eagle Vision Woman comes from a lineage of Puoin in her family in addition to having been trained from Master Shamans in Peru, Ecuador, Spain and Canada.  She offers traditional healing sessions with helper spirits, workshop’s and coaching. Eagle Vision Woman’s sessions include working with the client on a holistic level to address balance in our Medicine Wheels, physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally, specializing in soul retrieval and energy extraction. 

Natalie Blueraven

Natalie Blueraven

(Celtic/ Wolf clan /Scottish Irish)

33 years Holistic practitioner with vibrational medicine.

Artist, drummer, singer, dancer, and teacher. 

Drum circle facilitator for all ages and abilities.

Niagara College graduate of horticulture landscaping &  greenhouse.

Studied permaculture on Manitoulin Island. Works with the energy flow of our relatives in the natural world.

September 9 @ 15:00
3:00 pm — 3:45 pm

Natalie Blueraven, Audra Sewell Maloney